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A crash injuring two people during the Targa Rally in South Otago yesterday was a ''rare'' occurrence for the event, organisers say.
Dunedin pair Martin Dippie and Greg Ball (Porsche GT3 RS) were battling for the lead with defending titleholders Glenn Inkster and co-driver Spencer Winn (Mitsubishi Evo 8) at the end of a big...
Event rookies Haydn Mackenzie and co-driver Matty Sayers in a Mitsubishi Evo 10 showed their hand early on the opening day of this year's five-day Targa New Zealand tarmac motor rally yesterday.
The Whites might be in the slow lane during the Targa Rally but few will be travelling in such style.
Hayden Paddon has won the final round of the 2018 New Zealand Rally Championship in Raglan in his Hyundai i20 AP4+ car, giving Hyundai New Zealand their first-ever NZRC manufacturers’ championship...
Hayden Paddon has travelled halfway around the world to turn out at one of New Zealand's top rally events.
New Zealander Hayden Paddon and his British co-driver Seb Marshall wrapped up Wales Rally GB in seventh place, the overall position they held for much of the 11th round of the World Rally...
Gore driver Andrew Graves, in his Mitsubishi Evo 3, continued his phenomenal run of success when he won the Rankleburn Rally in West Otago on Saturday.
New Zealander Hayden Paddon and British co-driver Seb Marshall want to continue their recent form as they head to Marshall's home event, Wales Rally GB, this week.
Chris Hey was not quite able to match last year's performance but he continued his dominance at the Ashley Forest rally sprint all the same.
New Zealander Hayden Paddon secured his first podium finish of the World Rally Championship season yesterday, finishing third in Turkey.
Scott Dixon won his fifth IndyCar Series championship when he finished second in the final race of the season, the Grand Prix of Sonoma in northern California, on Sunday.
The drama continued even after the chequered flag dropped in Saturday’s South Island endurance series three-hour race at Teretonga Park in Invercargill.
Courtney Duncan does not need a trophy to know she is the fastest woman in the world on a dirt bike - but she would really like one.